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post #1 of 24 Old 09-02-2016, 10:54 AM Thread Starter
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Radiator Covers Now Available!

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Ditch that huge bulky piece of plastic and replace it with our custom made steel perforated radiator grill!
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No Offence, but that looks really out of place and doesn't blend well with the rest of the style.
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No Offence, but that looks really out of place and doesn't blend well with the rest of the style.
Sure it may not be for everyone, but on custom applications it looks way better than the bulky stock plastic one.
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No Offence, but that looks really out of place and doesn't blend well with the rest of the style.


I honestly think it looks a ton better than the huge plastic one now, definitely thankful there is finally an option to replace it.


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Just when I think I've done enough to the bike for the year...
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Now it looks like the Voltage Regulator is exposed. What about the oil filter?

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Now it looks like the Voltage Regulator is exposed. What about the oil filter?
Yes oil filter would be accessible from underneath. Should not be any sort of issue as many bikes have exposed oil filters up front.

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And you could switch to a K&N oil filter, those are made of much thicker gauge steel. Easily twice as thick as a stock filter.
I'm torn on whether I'll get this or not. You're right that there's a certain style of bike that this will look really good on. Not sure mine is there.

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Needs a nice skid plate and it would be the perfect set-up.

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Yea, this is certainly new ... as in seeing posts from companies trying to sell their stuff without having to pay for an advertisement.
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